Wednesday 20th July 2022 -- Labour’s secret plan to send St Kitts and Nevis backwards has been revealed, with a secret manifesto website uncovered detailing their real plans for the 2022 election.
Front and center of Labour’s secret plan is a commitment to end PAP as we know it – seeming to remove payments from all households with a monthly income of less than EC$3,000. This comes alongside plans to scrap the Income Support Programme, in a body-blow for the poorest and most vulnerable in our society at a time of increasing global uncertainty.
A PLP spokesman said, “Labour’s real plan will send the country backwards, and Labour back to the IMF asking for another debt bailout. That would mean higher taxes and higher bills for you – with no PAP or Income Support. Labour will leave you poorer.”
The secret plan reveals what Labour would really do if elected, including:
• No real plan for the Peace – risking taking us back to the dark days of violence and unsafe streets.
• No plans for STEP – leaving thousands of workers fearing for the future of their job and the security of a regular income.
• No plans for women – without a single mention in the document; leaving women without support or empowerment.
• No plans for roads – meaning journeys will be longer, more uncomfortable and more dangerous.
• No timescale on health insurance – meaning you will have to wait longer under Labour, compared to the PLP’s 12 month target.
A PLP spokesman added, “Labour’s secret plans will leave all households earning less than EC$3,000 per month worse off.
They’re risking a breakdown of the peace, leaving STEP workers in the lurch, no support for women’s empowerment and allowing our transport infrastructure to crumble.
“Labour’s secret plan will leave you poorer. To deliver a secure future, vote PLP.”
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